Wednesday, October 17, 2018

A Great BIG Thank You

Hi! Kerys from Scrappinnhappy here on the Crafty Doodle Chick blog today with a clean and simple card using My Favorite Things products.
Some of these products are available in the Crafty Doodle Chick Store.

I die cut the MFT cross stitch flower frame from some lilac cardstock and used coordinating floss to add the cross stitching.
I used an MFT shaker flower die-namic set to cut out the blue flower and green stem and leaves. I used the coordinating MFT circle shaker pouch to add some white sequins from my stash and make this into an interactive card. This was all adhered to a white cardstock panel measuring 3.75"x5".

I stamped the sentiment using 2 of the sentiment strips from MFT's Gift Card Greetings stamp set. 

I then adhered this panel onto a dark grey panel measuring 4"x5.25", and then onto a standard A2 white card base.

An easy card anyone can make!

Thanks for looking and don't forget to check out the Crafty Doodle Chick blog for lots of inspiration from the rest of the design team

Happy Crafting x

  
Die-namics Cross-Stitch Flower Frame - MFT Gift Card Greetings - MFT


Friday, October 12, 2018

Sending Monster Hugs

Hello, hello!  It's Lisa here today and I've got a spooky sweet card to share with all of you, that features the newest Lawn Fawn Interactive Die: Double Slider Surprise.  This set is so much fun to play with, and I know anyone who receives a card like this one won't be able to put it down. ( Or at least I couldn't lol )...



When you first see the card you think, aww that's cute, but then when you pull the little tab to see the full scene it's just so cool that you can't stop pushing and pulling it.  Now the stamp set I've used is an older Lawn Fawn Set called Monster Mash, but the store carries several sets that would perfectly to recreate this look including the Jane's Doodles Monster Squad set, the MFT Monster Sized Stamp and Die Set, or the Gerda Steiner Coffee Monster set.  

The background to this card was a stencil by Hero Arts and Distress Oxide Inks.  I also used my Altenew Watercolors to color in my stamped and masked critters. I finished the front of the card off with a few star sequins and some added details with a white gel pen.  

The best advice I have for creating a card with this Die is to watch a few Youtube videos.  I'm a visual learner myself, so youtube is my favorite go to when trying something new.  When I first saw the dies I felt intimidated, but once I watched a card being put together I jumped right in re-creating my own.



Happy Crafting and thanks for stopping by!
Lisa

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Thursday, October 11, 2018

Thanks for being my Teacher

Hi! Kerys from Scrappinnhappy here on the Crafty Doodle Chick blog today with a super cute card using Lawn Fawn products.
These products are available from the Crafty Doodle Chick Store.

I stamped the image using Lawn Fawn's 'So Owlsome' clear stamp set and colored them in with copic markers. I then fussy cut them out.

I used Lawn Fawn's 'Reveal Wheel' and 'Reveal Wheel square add-on' to cut out the base of this card from white card stock, but also from the patterns papers too. I used the 'Reveal wheel pick of the patch add on' for reveal wheel cut out as I thought it could pass as an apple for the teacher! I die cut the frame from red cardstock from my stash. The patterned papers are from Lawn's Fawn's new 'Knit Picky Fall' paper pad, cut using the square reveal wheel add on to get the stitched edge and then I hand cut the sloped hills..

The sentiment wheel reads 'Thanks for being my teacher' when turned. 

A super fun teacher appreciation card!

Thanks for looking and don't forget to check out the Crafty Doodle Chick blog for lots of inspiration from the rest of the design team

Happy Crafting x

   
so owlsome  clear stamps- Lawn Fawnreveal wheel - Lawn Cutsreveal wheel square add-on - lawn cutsreveal wheel pick of the patch add-on - Lawn Cuts

Friday, October 5, 2018

Three Cute Tags

Hello and Happy Friday!!!!  It's Lisa here today and I have the cutest little tags to share with all of you using some of the new Lawn Fawn goodies including the Say What? Gift Tags and the Say What? Christmas Critters Stamp Set...


These gift tags don't get any easier friends.  The Say What? Gift Tags has everything you need to make super cute backgrounds and framing.  I then stamped and colored in these super cute critters and added the matching sentiments with foam adhesive.  The super cute patterned paper is from the Lawn Fawn Really Rainbow Christmas Petite Paper Pack.  I love this paper so much that I had to buy two of packs!


So if you love making tags for the Holidays then these sets are definitely ones to add to your stash as they are so easy to use and mass produce!
Happy Crafting!
Lisa

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Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Frozen Fellowship

Hi! Kerys here from Scrappinnhappy here today on the Crafty Doodle Chick blog with another clean and simple card using Newton's Nook 'Frozen Fellowship.
This stamp set is available from the Crafty Doodle Chick Store - get it quick - it’s in the last call section!


I stamped the image onto some white cardstock and used my prismacolor pencils to color it in. I love how quick and simple the coloring is on this image. I decided to keep to the traditional Christmas colors for this card. I added some white gel pen details to some of the hats and scarves, mounted it onto some green shimmer paper and then onto a standard A2 top folding white card base.

A quick and easy card anyone can make!

Thanks for looking and don't forget to check out the Crafty Doodle Chick blog every day for lots of inspiration from the rest of the design team

Happy Crafting x

   
Newton's Nook Designs Frozen Fellowship Snowmen Group of snowmen

Friday, September 28, 2018

Proud of You

Hello crafty friends!  It is Lisa here again, and I'm hoping today's card lifts everyone's spirits.  As many of you might already know Altenew is one of my favorite stamp companies for sentiments and and floral designs, and recently they released a new set called Kind Words that has some pretty amazing and uplifting sentiments.


To create this card I started by playing with various alcohol inks onto Yupo cardstock.  Once the panel was dry I heat embossed the large star image from the stamp set with some Glitter Gold Embossing Powder.  I then stamped and embossed a sentiment with White embossing Powder.  I am constantly telling my kids how proud I am of them, and I don't think anyone can hear those words too much so this note will probably go in one of their lunches.

Here's another look at the star image...


I love the way they blend into the background with the shimmer of real stars...
Thanks so much for stopping by today and Happy Crafting!
Lisa

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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Hello Summer

Hi! Kerys from Scrappinnhappy here today with a clean and simple card using Neat & Tangled 'Hello Summer' stamp set.
This stamp set is available from the Crafty Doodle Chick Store.

I stamped the'background' sentiment group and the sun in Versamark ink and then heat embossed it with white embossing powder. I then used abandoned coral, spiced marmalade and squeezed lemonade inks to blend the background. I used a kitchen towel to wipe any excess ink off the heat embossing.

I stamped the hello summer onto the panel using black ink and then wrapped some bakers twine around the panel. 

This panel was then adhered onto a fun foam panel and then onto a standard A2 white card base.

A quick and easy card anyone can make!

Thanks for looking and don't forget to check out the Crafty Doodle Chick blog every day for lots of inspiration from the rest of the design team

Happy Crafting x

HELLO SUMMER - Neat & Tangled